The kings of Spain and their daughters, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía, visited the space set up in Oviedo that houses various cultural activities, this on the occasion of the Princess of Asturias Awards and in which some cars with which the driver has won are exhibited Carlos Sainz, who was awarded the award in the sports category, who was double world champion of rallys and triple winner of the Dakar.
With the name LAFPABRICA, In the old Arms Factory of the Asturian capital, a large part of thirty acts have been carried out cultural within the framework of the 40th edition of the awards to be delivered this Friday.
Felipe VI, Queen Letizia, Princess Leonor and Infanta Sofía arrived in Oviedo the day before maintaining the tradition of extending their stay in the region for three days despite the fact that the coronavirus pandemic it has forced to cut some of the usual acts in its agenda.
An agenda that they have opened by moving to the old arms factory to tour its facilities and learn about some of the initiatives it hosts on the ground.
Among them the exhibition in which several vehicles are exhibited with which the driver Carlos Sainz has achieved significant victories throughout his career, such as the Toyota Celica with which he was proclaimed twice world rally champion, and the Mini JCW Buggy with which he won the Dakar 2020.
The four members of the Royal Family have carefully observed these vehicles and have stopped especially in the last of them, whose doors he has opened and peeked inside.
Accompanying the kings have been, among other authorities and personalities, the President of Asturias, Adrián Barbón; the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska; the mayor of Oviedo, Alfredo Canteli; and the president and general director of the Princess of Asturias Foundation, Luis Fernández Vega and Teresa Sanjurjo, respectively.